We found the way out: Polish Prime Minister explained how they plan to unblock checkpoints (video)

The head of the Polish government, Donald Tusk, said the checkpoint would be added to the list of critical infrastructure within a few hours. According to him, this will stop farmers interfering with the movement of military cargo.

Poland will decide on the special status of checkpoints on the Polish-Ukrainian border. From now on, protesters will not be able to block the movement of humanitarian and military supplies. In an address published on the TVN24 portal, Prime Minister Donald Tusk explained how the Polish government plans to solve problems at the border.

Tusk said the government will include checkpoints (checkpoints) in the list of critical infrastructure facilities. The head of the Polish government is confident that the relevant decision will be made “in the coming hours”.

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According to the politician, in this way it will be impossible to prevent the transportation of humanitarian and military supplies to Ukraine. In order to provide a 100 percent guarantee that no problems will occur, some highways and railways will also be included in the list of critical facilities.

“We will include checkpoints with Ukraine and designated sections of roads and railways in the list of critical infrastructures, in order to ensure a 100 percent guarantee that military aid, equipment, ammunition and humanitarian aid will reach the Ukrainian side without any delays. This is a matter of the next few hours.”

Tusk also clarified whether the Ukrainian and Polish governments would hold a joint meeting at the border, as suggested by President Vladimir Zelensky. According to him, the meeting will take place on March 28, not now.

“There will be a meeting of both governments in Warsaw. I hope that the technical negotiations at the level of ministers and deputy ministers until then will ensure that this meeting will be very beneficial in terms of border issues and our mutual trade,” the Prime Minister announced.

Border closure – What is happening at the Ukrainian-Polish checkpoint

It is worth noting that the first attempts of Polish farmers to close the border with Ukraine took place in the autumn of 2023. After brief negotiations they were persuaded to abandon their intention. In January 2023, blockages began again: at first Polish citizens interfered with the passage of cargo trucks – as a result, a queue was formed in which more than a thousand cars stood. The unrest gradually grew and by February 20, all border checkpoints were closed. Protesters do not allow trucks, civilian vehicles, buses and trains to move; There is a threat to suspend arms supplies to the Defense Forces.

Polish authorities announced that they were trying to draw attention to the uncontrolled flow of “low-quality grain” from Ukrainian lands with the protests of Polish agricultural producers. Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Alexander Kubrakov announced that in fact only 5% of the grain is transported across the border and the cargo must be transported in transit.

We remind you that on February 21, President Zelensky responded to the events on the Polish-Ukrainian border: he invited officials to meet directly at the checkpoint. Shortly before that, protesters broke the locks of trucks and freight wagons and threw Ukrainian grain into the open air.

Source: Focus

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